Greater Western Sydney Giants vs St Kilda Saints Tips, Odds and Teams – AFL 2015 Round 15

Sunday’s (12/07/2015) first AFL 2015 Round 15 match is between Greater Western Sydney Giants and St Kilda Saints. The opening bounce is set to commence at 13:10 local time with the game to be played at Spotless Stadium. The home team Greater Western Sydney Giants are the favourites for the match. View our preview and teams for the game between Greater Western Sydney Giants and St Kilda Saints.

 

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When: 13:10 | Sunday 12/07/2015

Where: Spotless Stadium

Betting:

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Tip: Greater Western Sydney Giants at $1.64

 

Value Tip: First Goalscorer:  McCarthy Cameron at $9.00

 

 

Teams:

Giants

B Matt Buntine, Aidan Corr, Curtly Hampton

HB Tom Scully, Nick Haynes, Heath Shaw

C Zac Williams, Stephen Coniglio, Lachie Whitfield

HF Ryan Griffen, Jeremy Cameron, Toby Greene

F Devon Smith, Cam McCarthy, Adam Treloar

FOL Tom Downie, Callan Ward, Dylan Shiel

I/C (from) Josh Kelly, Jed Lamb, Jack Steele, Rory Lobb, Adam Tomlinson, Adam Kennedy, Rhys Palmer

IN Jed Lamb, Adam Tomlinson, Stephen Coniglio, Nick Haynes, Josh Kelly

OUT James Stewart, Caleb Marchbank.

Saints

B Jarryn Geary, Sam Gilbert, Sean Dempster

HB Jimmy Webster, Sam Fisher, Shane Savage

C Leigh Montagna, David Armitage, Dylan Roberton

HF Jack Sinclair, Nick Riewoldt, Adam Schneider

F Tim Membrey, Josh Bruce, Jack Lonie

FOL Billy Longer, Jack Steven, Sebastian Ross

I/C (from) Tom Hickey, Eli Templeton, Luke Dunstan, Jack Newnes, Farren Ray, Paddy McCartin, Maverick Weller

IN Tom Hickey, Eli Templeton, Patrick McCartin.

News :

St Kilda have destroyed Essendon and intensified pressure on James Hird’s AFL coaching future with a stunning 110-point upset win at Etihad Stadium.

From the first bounce the Saints had the measure of the Bombers, earning a record-breaking 25.12 (162) to 8.4 (52) win.

It was Essendon’s worst loss to St Kilda in the 119 years of league football and the Saints biggest win over a Melbourne-based AFL side in their history.

Hird said his side “stopped playing” in the abysmal showing, which coincided with captain Jobe Watson’s 200th game.

“Our effort and intensity was poor,” Hird said.

“Why they didn’t have effort today is something I’m still scratching my head about and we’ll try and find out pretty quickly.”

The Bombers’ leaders were non-existent, including Watson who in his milestone game played mainly in the forward line, starved of the ball.

He was joined by experienced pair Brendon Goddard and Courtney Dempsey at the bottom of the statistics sheet, with the trio combining for just 19 touches.

While the Bombers’ mid-season slump extended to five straight losses, the triumph was easily Alan Richardson’s finest as Saints coach.

Pint-sized forward Jack Lonie troubled the Bombers’ defence all day, with Josh Bruce kicking five goals and Nick Riewoldt four.

David Armitage, Jack Steven and Leigh Montagna ran the table in midfield and Dylan Roberton was a driving force from defence.

Richardson said the performance pleased him more than the lopsided scoreboard.

“There was a certain way we wanted to play and that was to be really aggressive with the way we attacked,” he said.

“The numbers will suggest we had as dominant a performance as we’ve had in my time here.

“I’m just so pleased for the players that we played four quarters of strong aggressive footy.”

The Saints were rampant all afternoon, with Jack Sinclair’s second-quarter goal exemplifying their day.

When Cale Hooker missed the simplest of set shots, St Kilda carved a path through the heart of the ground with their most incisive goal of the match.

From Roberton in the defensive goal square to Sinclair’s finish at the other end, no Bomber touched the ball or laid a tackle in a thirty second coast-to-coast goal.

Bombers forward Mark Baguley is likely to face the match review panel for collecting Lonie with a swinging arm, before the teenager kicked the goal of the match.

Ten minutes into the second term, it was already party time and Lonie showed as much with a glorious dribbling goal from the pocket.

The Bombers gave themselves a platform for a second-half comeback with the last three goals of the first half but their performance worsened after the break.

All odds are subject to change. Odds listed are correct at the time of the latest update.

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